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minute. her marathon speech and the deal that was reached to keep the government open. jillian: new details on the death of a border patrol agent. was your wasn't he brutally attacked? "fox and friends" first continues right now. ♪ a beautiful morning ♪ jillian: you are watching "fox and friends" first on thursday morning, good to see you. this is what you do. this is where i need to meet up with you. rob: how times change.
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thanks for waking up with us. a bombshell in the uranium one scandal. >> the fbi at the center of the controversial deal breaking his silence with explosive testimony connecting hillary clinton in russia. rob: todd has breaking details. >> reporter: suspicion swirling around uranium one exploding overnight, douglas campbell's testimony obtained by the hill, russian nuclear officials told him moscow hired an american lobbying firm for $3 million hoping to influence then secretary of state hillary clinton and at the center of it all the clinton foundation. campbell testified, quote, expected to give assistance free of charge to the clinton global initiative as part of the effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from
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uranium one to the us russia civilian nuclear cooperation agreement. >> that is who he is supposed to be working with and telling them about the strategic plan of vladimir putin to take over the uranium industry and writing up these reports and telling them about it and telling them about the corruption, all of them, even though they have different names but they were so confident that they told mister campbell with the clintons's help it was a shoo-in to get approval, so confident in that, they were planning on the kind of business they were going to do. >> reporter: a spokesman said their work with the clinton foundation in russia not connected and the work with russia does not involve uranium one. the clinton spokesperson says campbell's testimony is a distraction from the trump
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russia investigation. just scratching the surface of this uranium one story. julie: text messages between former fbi lovers raising questions about president obama's involvement with the clinton email investigation leading these messages from september 2016 lisa page and peter strzok, they discuss upcoming briefing with obama for james comey. check out my 9:30 meeting, page responding i can tell you why you're having that meeting, it is not what you think. strzok writing back tps, page answering yes, potus wants to know everything we are doing. here is why they are important, they contradict what former president obama previously told chris wallace in 2016. listen. >> i do not talk to the attorney
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general about pending investigations or fbi directors about pending investigations. i guarantee there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the justice department or the fbi. julie: he texted potus wants to know everything we are doing, another first-time former president obama has been linked to the dossier scandal. jim jordan is putting together the pieces and saying if the republican suspicions are true they could reveal a political plot like nothing this country has ever seen before. >> secret warrants spying on fellow american citizens, that is unbelievable and comey, the general counsel has been demoted
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and lisa page has been reassigned, peter strzok has been demoted and reassigned, chief of staff leaving the fbi, that is -- when have you ever seen the top people, that many leave this organization? that is what we are trying to get to the bottom of. the text messages give context to the mindset of these people who ran the clinton investigation. julie: that conversation happened days before obama met with vladimir putin at the g 20 summit, talking about election meddling. and chiming in on twitter saying the text was in regard to that meeting. >> they live look at capitol hill where lawmakers have the day to avoid a government shutdown. congress voting on a deal that will keep doors open for another two years but not everybody is in favor of getting this past. nancy pelosi slamming the bill
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for a record eight hours on the floor yesterday. she did a lot of talking and give jenkins live in washington with the latest on all of this. >> reporter: eight hours and 7 minutes, setting a house floor record, she wasn't happy with the senate budget deal because it doesn't do anything for the so-called dreamers. >> the first republican president in modern times, the first president really, who is anti-immigrant. i'm not asking for something off-the-wall. it is something that may be is off-the-wall, maybe a wall is the issue. after i yelled back, i have no intention of yielding back, mister speaker. the hope and desperation, they make america more american. rob: chuck schumer says the deal intended to stave off the midnight deadline is a good one. >> this budget deal will be the
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best thing we have done for our economy, our military, our middle-class, for a long time. >> this deal provides $165 billion for the military, $130 billion more for domestic programs, a debt ceiling increase through march 2019, disaster will be funding for hurricane and wildfire victims and keep the government open through march 23rd. speaker paul ryan want to deal on daca but the whole house should support this because it makes america safer and stronger. problems may lie on the house's conservative freedom caucus. >> i'm not only a no, i don't know if we have enough votes among members to stop this legislation. all i know is unfortunately those who vote for this bill are betraying our country's future. rob: is not clear if they will
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vote today, the house is going to kill it. we are in for a day of drama. jillian: breaking overnight a police officer shot and killed during a call in dallas, texas. the unidentified cop guns down at an upcoming complex, another victim shot and killed, the suspect surrendering after an hour long standoff. a motive is unknown. heartbroken officers mourning the loss of one of their own is governor greg abbott offered condolences tweeting texas will honor the lost officer with the dignity he deserved, made legacy live on in other service. >> the fbi back to square one in their investigation into the death of a border patrol agent, officials say there is no evidence martinez was attacked near the southern border in texas. according to the autopsy report martinez died of blunt force injuries to the head. we don't know what happened
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here. his partner was injured can't remember what happened. an american woman accused of telling her college classmates to join the jihad facing federal terrorism charges. authorities say hassan tried providing material to al qaeda and lying to the fbi and accused of setting several fires at saint catherine university telling investigators they are lucky she didn't know how to make a bomb. julie: taking down a massive global cyber to the crime ring, several people indicted for their role in the fibers of the crime network, they are accused of trading stolen credit card and social security numbers and causing $530 million in losses. 13 members including five from the us are in custody, 30 years in prison if convicted. >> nancy pelosi sharing her grievances, one more shot for
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the dreamers as congress works around the clock to reach a solution. does the senate bill stand a chance? we will debate that coming up. julie: how the pc police are taking aim at these historic favorites, huckleberry finn and to kill a mockingbird. >> a very good -- rob: the father and daughter dance, stay tuned. ♪ [ click, keyboard clacking ] [ keyboard clacking ] [ click, keyboard clacking ] ♪ good questions lead to good answers.
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administration. before releasing the democrats rebuttal. >> the best i can understand it seems to have been pretty inaccurate in a number of ways. it strikes me to hear the white house, the fbi and the justice department before the determination on the release of the ship memo. really, really, did you listen to the fbi and the justice department and you made a determination to release the nunez memo? rob: a potential presidential run saying it hasn't been ruled out but joe biden denying a run for presidency in a speech to democratic lawmakers, also doubling down on criticizing donald trump. >> folks, look, in starkest terms the president is looking out for himself only. no, no, no. i have committed and i mean it.
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i plan on spending all the time any one of you want me to making sure we win back the house. julie: making the date that the democratic retreat in washington. rob: a breakthrough in the senate before government funding is set to run out but nancy pelosi making a hard stand against this bill at least outwardly over arthel: daca. will democrat stiff opposition go through another government shutdown in the early part of this year? here to debate that is chuck roacha and the author of the new american revolution, kaylee mcinerney, thanks for coming on this morning. nancy pelosi goes on a big eight our spectacle, hard for me to think she wasn't at least somewhat involved in the decision to keep daca out of
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this. do you think she is pushing for these daca people just a spectacle to keep stringing them along in this process? >> you bring up a great point, democrats have no power in the house and it is truly bipartisan, they can pass without a single democratic vote, much different from the senate but there is a lot of political pressure on democrats, 80% of americans, and opposite -- crucial part of these elections in california and florida and helping the senate democrats behind the scenes. >> let's look at what this budget deal includes, they haven't voted yet, $165 billion more for the military, $131 billion more for domestic programs sparking healthcare and stuff like that. did it ceiling increase through
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march 2019, disaster relief funding for hurricane and wildfire victims, a rough year for them, keeping the government open through march 23, 2019. there is a look at some of the numbers. nothing in there for daca. i find it interesting. is nancy pelosi authentic with this or does this keep them from protesting? >> nancy pelosi put on an elaborate show yesterday, agreed to the budget deal behind the scenes, in front of the camera took to the stage to put on a show for her radical left-wing base, that is what this was about, democrats lost the shutdown, they got nothing for it, there's no daca deal but it is worth mentioning nancy pelosi is putting on the show over daca, donald trump already offered a path to citizenship for 1.8 million illegal immigrants, more than a
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announced 4. he puts on this show nonetheless. rob: i don't want to say democrats got nothing out of this. republicans did too. let's throw ton of money at this shutting everybody up, but the deal is 1.8 million people in amnesty, the fact that nobody bid on that is very interesting. >> i own the largest consulting firm in the united states, working in this community every day, my staff are made of immigrants and children of immigrants like i am. to walk away from these daca recipients who have been through criminal background check, $1 billion to our economy in the job they are currently doing and 10,000 serving our armed forces, we start supporting army and veteran members, something has gone wrong with this country if we can come up with a deal that 80% of americans agree to. >> the reason we can't come up
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with the deal is because of democrats. if you care about your clients you should be pushing a party to accept the deal from trump. democrats don't care about border security or the safety of the american citizens, many who have died at the hands of ms 13, many who are hispanic who are victims of ms 13. if you care about your clients accept the deal, come to the table. >> that is why barack obama's increased security, he deported more criminal aliens than anybody in history of america. you can walk and chew gum at the same time. >> it looks like daca is upon for the politicians and it shouldn't be. thank you for coming on this morning, appreciate it. julie: nancy pelosi making the most of her magic minute. >> acknowledge the dreamers for their courage, their optimism. their inspiration to make
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rob: nancy buster on household, getting the most of her, quote, magic minute. >> all night as i had my gross is blessed by the pope in honor of my mother, i thought, say the rosary on this slide, reminded of my own grandson, very close friend named antonio from
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guatemala. i wish i had brown skin and brown eyes like antonio. julie: kylie shimkus with serious xm 115 here with reaction, a record-setting speech. >> reporter: very impressive showing in terms of stamina from nancy pelosi who spoke for eight hours demanding protection for dreamers be part of the budget deal, nancy pelosi broke the record for longest consecutive house floor speech and supporters cheered her on at home using hashtag go nancy go. she responded to that support on twitter, seeing these go nancy go message is truly very moving but let's not lose focus on who really matters here, thank you to our dreamers and thank you to your parents for allowing the pleasure of having you be part of our american family every day. some people used hashtag to criticize her like liz who says does anybody know the longest consecutive time nancy pelosi has spoken in defense of
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american citizens? not all supportive messages there. did you see the shoes she was wearing? take a look at them. four inch heels the entire time. that is impressive no matter what you say and she is 77 years old. they should cash in on that. rob: important books that form a lot of young minds under assault. >> they have been a staple in schools for decades but to kill a mockingbird and huckleberry finn have been dropped from a minnesota school district because they include racial slurs. the director of curriculum and instruction for duluth minnesota schools said we felt we could teach the same standards and expectations through other novels they didn't require students to feel humiliated or marginalized by the use of racial slurs but some say that might not be the best idea including daniel who says
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revisionist history, we shouldn't pretend people didn't talk this way, better to read these books and teach why the language is hurtful. that is the other side of the argument. the statues of confederate soldiers, should we erase history because it is hurtful currently? we don't have the answer to that. julie: gerber baby had a first, the first time a baby with down syndrome. >> his name is lucas, he lives in georgia and gerber announced on instagram congratulations to our gerber spokes baby, lucas, welcome to the family. and he the cutest thing. gerber says they couldn't pass them up because of his sweet smile, $50,000. good news to end on.
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that rarely happens. >> the time is now 5:26 after the hour and breaking overnight a brand-new bombshell on the uranium one scandal. the explosive testimony linking hillary clinton and russia. jason chaffetz has a long history with the former secretary, he is live to break down what it means for the investigation. rob: valentine's day right around the corner, you could score -- that will cheer you up. ♪ with expedia, one click gives you access to discounts on thousands of hotels, cars and things to do. like the papaya playa project for 49% off. everything you need to go.
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♪ julie: breaking silence on the uranium one scandal, douglas campbell tying the clintons to a bribery scheme writing in testimony to the congressional
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committee. rob: here to make sense of what this is is utah congressman and fox news contributor jason chaffetz, thanks for coming on this morning, trying to figure out what this is, the republicans are going to make a big deal of this, democrat saying this man is not credible, paid by the fbi, $50,000. >> i do laugh when democrats even before he has given his testimony are trying to distance themselves. hear what he has to say. if the fbi was so interested they should look at it. the effort from the house judiciary and oversight and government reform committee, better here out what he says. julie: the american lobbying firm, $3 million in exchange for smoothing over us russia relations, supporting former president bill clinton, the contingency here and the clinton
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foundation, using this as a way to distract from the russia investigation. do we have that that we can throw up on the screen regarding the clinton campaign? expected to give assistance free of charge to the clinton global initiative as part of the record to create a favorable environment to assure the obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything. uranium one to the us/russia civilian nuclear operation agreement. if there is pay to play this isn't a distraction, this is criminal. >> the question, the article that came out on the hill, a good solid reporter, the question is will they use that money to funnel through another direction? not sure about the legality of whether or not to give that money with the quid pro quo
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passing through the foundation but the core of this is what did hillary clinton do or not do? how much of that was applicable and was it applied in making sure uranium is a precious resource, don't know why we give up any of them and 20% of our uranium reserves and allow anybody else especially the russians to have access, that is a huge concern. we need to understand what is in the best interests of the united states, why would the united states do this? rob: no one explained why we would give them access to uranium but tell us why we did it. >> the canadian company tapping into the us reserves, the united states best interests to do that. >> text messages, the love affair everybody, the strzok page love affair and new ones that the president has called bombshell in a tweet.
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these allude to some kind of possible knowledge that president obama had or maybe some hand he had in his investigation, i don't want to take a too far because perhaps he just wanted to know what was going on in the trump russia investigation, after the hillary investigation was closed. >> the emphatic nature of president obama when he spoke to chris wallace in an interview saying i never inquire about anything the fbi is doing and here you have a firsthand account, something we think is private from a senior fbi official saying the president of the united states wants to know everything we know. that doesn't comport with what the president said publicly and it begs the question what were they talking about? maybe nothing to do with the hillary clinton email but maybe it did and maybe it had to do
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with donald trump. >> brings up contradictions, president obama has spoken with chris wallace, doesn't get involved in investigations but peter strzok saying he wants to know everything we are up to, he would have a big hand in what is going on. >> not just two rank and file fbi agents. peter strzok is the head, the leader of the counterespionage unit, deputy assistant director of counterintelligence. they are nonsecure phones treating 50,000 texts, that alone, why does he have security -- mika brzezinski rob: other private conversations they haven't found. >> another set of phones. julie: maybe they saved that. people should not date in the
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workplace. >> 50,000 texts. i love my wife, we have been married a long time. julie: fox news alert, al qaeda is still out there in places like yemen and somalia. report claims the two groups are planning attacks together. another report says isis is a significant threat despite being run out of iraq and syria. the terror group has issued a chilling new propaganda video threatening another invasion in paris. is real warning the un to stop letting hezbollah run wild in lebanon. showing fox news a letter written by israel's un ambassador describes a visit by a high-ranking iranian official to the lebanese israeli border with armed hezbollah militants. a violation of un resolutions that was never reported. the letters is the official made
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comments about liberating jerusalem. >> south korea's president will meet with the sister of kim jung un. it should be interesting as the rogue nation holds their military parade on the eve of the olympics, the new video showing kim jung un giving a speech in front of the north korean army, large military tanks rolling through the capital city of pyongyang. the land of whiskey trying to kick its alcohol problem, the first country to impose a minimum price on alcohol to make it more expensive. they hope the measurable save lives and curb scotland's unhealthy relationship with alcohol. the new law takes effect march 1, 3.4 million gallons of alcohol per year, 3.4 gallons of whiskey. think about that, 40% more than americans and we drink a lot.
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>> extreme weather, terrifying moments for passengers when a southwest plane lights off the taxiway moments before take off. according to someone on board the pilot blamed the incident at the baltimore -- baltimore airport. >> multiple crashes on a bridge north of new york city, more nasty -- janice dean live with what we can expect. >> reporter: hello to both of you. it is cold, 28 in new york, 9 in chicago, 6 in minneapolis, the storm system that brought snow, rain, freezing rain, sleet, out of the way and we are focused on the next one ramping up across the northern plains, the rockies, that will dive across the midwest and great lakes bringing snow, not a big storm
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system but a nuisance especially for the rush-hour into tomorrow morning's areas like chicago, 23, 24, in chicago tomorrow morning with that snow and another system on the way moving into the area across the northeast this weekend keeping us busy but for the parade for jillian it will be cold but no storm system on the way. rob: enough beer to warm them up. julie: bud light but a sixpack. the weather will cooperate. thanks so much. 39 minutes after the hour, ditching tsa, the airport considering private security, an interesting idea but our next guest says travelers could be the ones to pay the price. julie: time for the philadelphia
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eagles to party. just hours away from the team's parade. jillian: they are partying. rob has a message. waiting so long for that. >> we are coming back. facing 2n security events every day. ddos campaigns, ransomware, malware attacks... actually, we just handled all the priority threats. you did that? we did that. really. we analyzed millions of articles and reports. we can identify threats 50% faster. you can do that? we can do that. then do that. can we do that? we can do that.
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>> orlando international airport now considering ousting tsa for private security, 21 other airports have gone private. of orlando decides to do the same it will be the largest airport how would it affect you as a traveler? one of the pro-plaps and cons, former commercial airline pilot, thank you very much for talking to us. is this a good thing or a bad
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thing? >> it has already been going on since the inception of tsa, san francisco opted out the first day, and a proven method. >> is it safer? is it worth it? >> nothing would change. you as a contractor to apply for the security airports. the equipment would be there and tsa, and the contractor you represent. in security. julie: let's look at how much it cost taxpayers, and 2016 and
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steady the same. is it going to be more expensive? the salary levels between contractor and the government, the government had higher salary levels, around $40,000 on average inspector at the airport. anything involved with the government's overspending. for one possible reason the government is highly unionized, there is a flexibility to the workforce, and negotiated with the government -- >> mistakes in the past and could have been corrected, prevented terror attacks. if you think about 9/11.
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and and in 2017. 357 guns at airport checks. that is a lot of gun is getting on the plane. how does that even happen? and crackdown on weapons in place. >> that would do it but i don't think there will be a difference, 84% of those guns were loaded. it wasn't in security or intelligence because every one of those hijackers had a legal knife coming on the airport. >> you were not allowed to carry liquids on board and knives and so forth. the laws needed to catch up. thank you very much, great to have you on board. >> foxbusiness, buyer beware,
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pretty scary. >> i will let you in on a secret, i know you have a boyfriend, guys don't like valentine's day very much, not big fans but you have something that might cheer us up. >> some people call it singles awareness day. if you are single or you have an x significant other and want to erase those memories you can go to hooters on valentine's day with a picture of your ex and get free chicken wings. you just have to destroy it, rip it up, shred it or let the waitress do it, order 10 wings and get 10 more. there you go. plans for you there. rob: let's see what is coming up on "fox and friends". >> kellyanne conway is going to be joining us at 7:00. at 8:00 the president directing the 66th annual national prayer breakfast and judge andrew napolitano is here.
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>> fly eagle fly, the streets of philadelphia set to become one huge party, millions of people expected to honor the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles. >> jillian, the biggest eagle fan in the universe is on the ground in the city of brotherly love. i am glad you got what you
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wanted and here you are. how is it looking out there? >> i expected people to be here this hour but a lot more people than i thought, thousands of people, that is where this parade is going to wrap up, this is where the ceremony is going to happen, 5-mile parade route, lincoln financial field all the way at broad street passing city hall to this location where these folks had the best spot anywhere. i want to talk to you, how are you? are you cold? >> yes. >> reporter: what time did you get here? 3:30 in the morning? is your dad crazy for bringing you out here? >> no. >> reporter: why did you come out here? >> can't wait to enjoy the day in the city, a couple blocks away. >> reporter: what does it mean to be here? you can feel the energy and excitement.
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>> these guys are great, today, besides the birth of my kid, the greatest day of my life. the eagles fans, glad to have them. my dad is 86, a couple days, unbelievable. >> reporter: thanks for joining us, see you later. let's walk this way if we can because tell me your name. tell me the story, i talked to her earlier. what is your last name? she hesitated. why are you hesitating? tell me the story. >> eagles won, they got a ring and so did i. >> reporter: i love it. tell me what you are wearing in these conditions today. >> six players, blankets, hot coffee, got to go.
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give me a go eagles. let me know you are awake. they go in and out of energy because you got to contain it a little bit. back to you. rob: get that kid a hat. got to sit out there for five more hours. the game starts at 11:00. get that kid a hat. julie: we will be right back. . today, the new new york is ready for take-off. we're invested in creating the world's first state-of-the-art drone testing facility in central new york and the mohawk valley,
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first the good. a national guardsman graves night to remember. escorting 5-year-old kayly hinton to a daddy/daughter dance. >> my daddy is a very, very special dad to me and he was a very good soldier. rob: that will choke you up. also getting a police escort. her father died in a training accident last year. >> next the bad it could be last call for tequila. agave i have a plant in mexico skyrocket. not looking good until at least 2021. agave i have a plants take up to 8 years to mature. rob: finally the ugly. a mom gets up and walks out when her mom chooses a college on national signing day. >> i'm taking my time. >> there goes mom. jacob picking the university
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of florida. mom wearing alabama shirt and tennessee hat. she was not happy with the choice. you can tell. there she goes. all right that will do it for us. jillian: this is fun. rob: "fox & friends" starts right now. >> senate leaders say they now have a deal. top democrat is threatening to derail it? >> the package does nothing to protect dreamers. the package cannot have my support. >> shutting down the government would be very damaging to the military. >> fbi informant now breaking his silence on the uranium one scandal. tying the clintons to a bribery scheme set up by the russians they told it was shoe in. >> we have brand new just released messages from lisa page and peter strzok. page writes

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